Silica, an Upcoming Sci-Fi FPS, Looks Amazing in New Gameplay Video

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Silica is the name for an upcoming sci-fi FPS where the main action takes place on a remote planet known as Baltarus. On that space object, a maximum of 3 factions battle to gain control. There shall be multiple ways to play this game, as you can be either the commander or with your friends. You will also get the chance to choose which human army you want to join.

Bohemia Interactive is the publisher responsible for the upcoming Silica game, and it has now released new gameplay footage for users to enjoy.

Players of Silica can choose to go either first-person mode, work on a strategic and build-up attack, or even take advantage of a teleportation service. All of these details are explained in a new gameplay video, and you can check it out below:

Here’s the game’s description via Steam:

If you prefer sand-filled boots, bullets whizzing overhead, and menacing alien jaws closing in, the infantry role is for you. Not limited to merely foot-based soldiers, you can also take control of any available vehicles, including the colossal Harvester, the speedy Light Quad, or the insidious Siege Tank, just to name a few.

If you’ll be willing to play Silica on a laptop/desktop PC, you must keep in mind that in order to enjoy the best of what the game’s graphics have to offer, your rig needs a graphics card such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 of 8GB or better, 16GB of RAM, and an Intel Core i5-10400 or AMD equivalent.

If you can be satisfied with the minimum graphics settings, you will need 8GB of RAM and a GeForce GTX 970 of 4GB.

There’s still no release date revealed for the Silica game, but we can expect the devs and the publisher to say something about that aspect in a couple of months.


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